Tag: business development
This episode is about an opportunity I had to sit down and interview Kaylie Boyce from The Voice of Boyce. We talk about everything from entitlement, military families, growth mentality, entrepreneurship, business building, and so much more! I don’t know many people that can get you motivated and fired up like Kaylie can. Check out this episode if you’re ready to implement some real change in your life and in your business! Give it a listen, like, and share! Be sure to leave a comment if you found something particularly interesting that you would like to discuss further.
Are you thinking of starting your own business? Or do you already own a business and you find yourself constantly looking for resources and advice to make it better? Look no further! I sat down with Eric, Rick, and Dwight. They have come to find work/life balance and happiness in building a thriving business and community which they love! We go over some unique marketing tips, the building of the physical tasting room, and a few pieces of advice that have helped them over the years. Give it a listen, like, and share! Be sure to leave a comment if you found something particularly interesting that you would like to discuss further!
Business Principles: Marketing, Advertising, Branding, and Why Your Business Needs a Podcast Episode 10 – The Megan James Show
One of the most popular services we offer is a coaching service for small and big businesses. If you haven’t been paying attention to the trends in content creation and branding, podcasts are the next big movement on the rise. Here are some quick facts you should know about the podcast movement.
In this episode, I discuss my “why” for developing Legacy Lifestyle Coaching as well as this podcast! Get prepared to have a fire lit under your bum. Everyone deserves the chance to have the success they crave. I believe that if someone is willing to work hard enough to chase after their goals and design the future they want then they should have the same opportunities as everyone else in the same race for their goals. They should have access to the same information and be willing to work to earn the results they desire. Legacy Lifestyle Coaching was my way of giving back to those who felt discontented with their lives, who were out in the crowd feeling lost and like they couldn’t identify with the speakers on stage. I wanted to craft a culture where people of every background felt like they belong.